Black oak, Palomar Mountain State Park (11/9/13) Jim Beau
Pacific dogwood, Palomar Mountain State Park (11/9/13) Jim Beau
GO NOW! – 75 – 100% – Palomar Mountain State Park – Color spotter Jimbo reports from Southern California that black oaks are peaking at Palomar Mountain State Park, adding that a few dogwoods have also changed. “Unless there’s a windstorm, they should last at least thru next weekend. Heck, I’ve seen a few of them with yellow leaves after the first snow in December.”
That’s the spirit, Jimbo. So. Cal. holds our record for the best late fall color in California. Because of California’s varied elevations and foliage, there isn’t another place in the good ole U.S. of A. that has a longer lasting or a more varied fall color season. Considering the stunning photos color spotters have shared this autumn, we challenge any state in the Union to show more variety or beauty.
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